2008 Design Awards

100th Anniversary of the Times Square Ball

special citation | fixture design and incorporation of lighting technology

Guerrilla Lighting

special citation | public awareness/activism


2007 Design Awards


Temporary Event Complex

Commendable Achievement | Whole Building Projects


Cincinnati Convention Center Renovation & Expansion

Commendable Achievement | Whole Building Projects


2006 Design Awards


A|L Design Awards, Commendable Achievement: Morimoto NYC

, the namesake restaurant of celebrity chef Masaharu Morimoto, the focus is culinary. So when Isometrix Lighting + Design was asked to illuminate the chef's new Manhattan venue, it unified disparate materials and embraced the asymmetrical layout to create a cohesive, comfortable atmosphere for this multi-level dining experience.

A|L Design Awards, Commendable Achievement: Higgins Hall Central Wing

Designed by Steven Holl Architects to reunite the two wings of Pratt Institute's School of Architecture left standing after a devastating fire in 1996, Higgins Hall's new central addition infuses modern character into the school's historic aesthetic and landmark status.

A|L Design Awards, Commendable Achievement: Carlton Hotel Lobby

When New York's Carlton Hotel (originally built in 1904 as the Seville Hotel) underwent extensive renovations in 2001, a new identity was created, as well as a new look.


2005 Design Awards


Commendable Achievement, Corporate/Institutional Category - St. Thomas Aquinas Church

In the rapidly developing community of Avondale, Arizona, a white abstract form stands as a strong, but simultaneously subtle, beacon in a sea of suburban beige stucco.


Commendable Achievement, Retail - Carlos Miele

The lighting in the Carlos Miele store in New York's Meatpacking District magically illuminates both the high-end dresses and the hip organic interior by New York-based architecture firm Asymptote.


Commendable Achievement, Hospitality - Semiramis Hotel

Last summer, with its interiors designed by Karim Rashid and a lively lighting concept crafted by Focus Lighting, the 52-room Semiramis Hotel welcomed the Olympics to Athens.